New York Times, Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Author: Kurt Mengel and Jan-Michele Gianette
Editor: Will Shortz
Kurt Mengel
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Jan-Michele Gianette
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Mengel. This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Gianette. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Held a session : SAT
4. Crustaceans eaten by whales : KRILL
9. Arcade flubs : TILTS
14. Each : PER
15. Kind of ink : INDIA
16. Former TWA honcho Carl : ICAHN
17. Ill temper : IRE
18. 2003 Tom Cruise movie, with "The" : LASTSAMURAI
20. Children's song refrain : EIEIO
22. Mint or chive : HERB
23. Mound dweller : ANT
24. In memoriam phrase : LESTWEFORGET
28. "Quién ___?" ("Who knows?"): Sp. : SABE
29. Creamsicle color : ORANGE
33. When doubled, a dance : CHA
36. Blue eyes or curly hair, say : TRAIT
39. Like many college dorms, now : COED
40. Lean right, at sea : LISTTOSTARBOARD
44. Diva's delivery : ARIA
45. Copier need : TONER
46. "You, there!" : HEY
47. Hanker for : DESIRE
50. Greek consonants : TAUS
52. What Bo-Peep did : LOSTHERSHEEP
58. RR stop : STA
61. Workers' welfare overseer: Abbr. : OSHA
62. Looie's underling : SARGE
63. Van Gogh biography : LUSTFORLIFE
67. Refinable rock : ORE
68. Put down : ABASE
69. Atelier prop : EASEL
70. Pa. neighbor : DEL
71. Alternative to plastic : PAPER
72. Colorado's ___ Park : ESTES
73. Otherworldly visitors, for short : ETS
1. Pitchman's pitch : SPIEL
2. Hilltop home : AERIE
3. Shoe stiffeners : TREES
4. Electrical power unit : KILOWATT
5. Genetic letters : RNA
6. Cards with photos, for short : IDS
7. Certain print, briefly : LITHO
8. Surgical beam : LASER
9. Lumberjack's call : TIMBER
10. Hosp. area : ICU
11. Tomb raider of film, ___ Croft : LARA
12. Comparison connector : THAN
13. Foul mood : SNIT
19. Cornstarch brand : ARGO
21. "___ been real!" : ITS
25. River of Aragón : EBRO
26. Eat like a king : FEAST
27. Snack in a shell : TACO
30. Wyle of "ER" : NOAH
31. Richard of "Chicago" : GERE
32. Whirling water : EDDY
33. Decked out : CLAD
34. Take on : HIRE
35. Sales tag words : ASIS
37. "Am ___ believe ??" : ITO
38. Oncle's wife : TANTE
41. Follow closely : TAIL
42. Paddler's target : REAR
43. NATO headquarters site : BRUSSELS
48. Housetop laborer : ROOFER
49. Gas brand in Canada : ESSO
51. ___ Na Na : SHA
53. Birdie score, often : THREE
54. N.F.L. coach called "Papa Bear" : HALAS
55. Wear down : ERODE
56. "Snowy" bird : EGRET
57. Suffers from sunburn : PEELS
58. Retaliation for a pinch : SLAP
59. Hefty horn : TUBA
60. Quickly, in memos : ASAP
64. China's Lao-___ : TSE
65. Adherent's suffix : IST
66. Agent's due : FEE

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